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Title The Kellogg brothers : corn flake kings
Published New York : A&E Television Networks, 1995
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Description 1 online resource (streaming video file) (44 min.)
Series Biography
Global business and economics in video
Summary Relates the invention of the corn flake by brothers William and John Kellogg. William saw the commercial potential of the new cereal, sued his brother and won the rights to the family name. He then built a large cereal industry, and became a well-known philanthropist, while John died in obscurity. Includes rare footage, archival material, and interviews with family members
Notes Title from resource description page (viewed Jun. 21, 2013)
Previously released as DVD
This edition in English
Subject Kellogg, John Harvey, 1852-1943.
Kellogg, W. K. (Will Keith), 1860-1951.
Businesspeople -- United States -- Biography.
Cereals, Prepared.
Genre/Form Biographical television programs.
Video recordings.
Biographies.
Form Streaming video
Author Perkins, Jack, 1933- narrator
Arts and Entertainment Network.
ISBN 9781503426177